Finding Joy in the Morning is a guide for getting through tough times and finding peace and joy in knowing that God is always with you and always in control. This is not a self-help book, it’s an “I can’t do it alone” book.
How I Met My Other is a collection of true love stories from all different kinds of couples. Some are laugh-out-loud funny while others are sweet and romantic. You’ll be cheering on each couple as you dive into the how, when, and why.
Interrupted Geographies is a book that asks what it costs to build a community without a foundation. It explores the forgotten history of Pithole, Pennsylvania from 1865-67. Pithole was America’s first oil boom town that legend has it survived only 500 days before it burned to the ground. With wells grossing $1,000,000 a day, Pithole was a place of great wealth and great destitution, a place where girls, some as young as eleven, were forced into sexual slavery.
Scantily Clad Truths: Essays on Life with Clothes (and without) is a collection of humorous personal essays about strange experiences I’ve had in my personal life and in my professional career as an entertainment journalist. Though each story has a different focus, they all unite through the element of clothing, which helps establish time, place, and state of mind.